Enable Administrator Account in Vista

Dec 27, 2008 @ 09:04 pm by HackingManual

The administrator account is disabled and Hidden by defualt in Vista. Even if your account is an administrator account you will still get UAC warnings and Warnings like this command requires elevation.

To Enable the Administrator Account Right click on My Computer, Click Manage, Go to local Users and Groups, and uncheck the account is disabled box. Make sure to set a password though.

Or if you prefer the Command LineĀ  enterĀ  Net user administrator /active:yes

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  1. we did this command in the command prompt ant it says that the option is unknown and it gives us a bunch of lines that say username and password and stuff and we dont know what any of this means. our problem is that when we want to do something it asks for permission and a password but it doesent give us a place to type a password…how can we fix this problem?? we have even tried to reconfigure the computer and it asks for an administrator password but it gives us no where to type a password.

    Comment by Bruce — February 17, 2009 @ 6:59 pm

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